Posted: June 10, 2008

WASHINGTON DC - Legendary singer Bonnie Bramlett, whose new CD on Rockin' Camel Music, Beautiful, is garnering rave reviews, will be interviewed on XM Satellite Radio's "The Bob Edwards Show" this Thursday, June 12. Bonnie Bramlett has played a major part of rock 'n' roll history. At 16, she became the first, and only white Ikette with the Ike & Tina Turner Revue. In the late '60s, she and then-husband Delaney formed Delaney & Bonnie & Friends, the first real rock 'n' roll traveling road show, whose onstage members included George Harrison, John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Duane Allman, Dave Mason, Gram Parsons, Leon Russell and Rita Coolidge. She co-wrote "Superstar," a hit for Karen Carpenter and nominated for a Grammy. Her new CD, "Beautiful," reunites her with producer Johnny Sandlin and such musicians as Randall Bramblett, Scott Boyer, David Hood, Bill Stewart and the Muscle Shoals Horns. "This new disc is, pure and simple, a gem," wrote Steve Morse in The Boston Globe. "Bramlett can still belt with bravado, This is a wonderfully mature record that shows Bramlett still has a relevant touch." The Bonnie Bramlett interview with Bob Edwards will air on XM Satellite Radio's Channel 133 on Thursday, June 12 at 8:00 AM Eastern Time, with encore presentations immediately following at 9:00AM and 10:00 AM Eastern, as well as 8:00 PM Eastern that night, plus a replay of the show the next day (June 13) at 7:00 AM Eastern Time. You can also listen to the Bonnie Bramlett interview by clicking on the following link and submitting for a free trial subscription to XM Satellite Radio: HYPERLINK "" Once your trial subscription has been submitted, just go to Channel 133. On the web site, the Bob Edwards Show airs every hour on the hour for the entire day. For more information on the show, visit HYPERLINK ""